Albany River


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Albany River

A river rising in western Ontario, Canada, and flowing about 980 km (610 mi) east and northeast to James Bay. It was an important fur-trading route.
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In recent years, Kapuskasing has become a spring refuge for flood evacuees from the community on the Albany River, 320 kilometres north of the town.
9 whereby they relinquished to the Canadian government their claim to the lands south of the Albany River (the northern boundary of the province of Ontario at the time).
The community is situated on Sinclair and Anderson's Islands on the Albany River, and on the mainland.
The 6ft 2ins Doyle, 32, is a former American League goaltender, having played for Albany River Rats, Lowell Devils and Worcester Sharks before heading out to the German League with Cologne Sharks, and Italy, spending the last three seasons with Fassa HC.
In 81 AHL appearances - having also iced for Albany River Rats and Milwaukee Admirals - Olson racked up 313 penalty minutes.
declared in two Ontario First Nations as the annual ice break up on the Albany River threated flooding.
It will be the first time the teams have played, although the Checkers' roster is very similar to the one their predecessors, the Albany River Rats, had last season.
Rumors surfaced that the Wolfpack might not be returning in February when the Albany River Rats, the AHL affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes, were relocated to North Carolina.
News reports state that Ontario's Aboriginal Affairs Minister David Ramsay supports a plan to move the reserve to higher ground 30 km further up the Albany River from its current location.
The "web of life" idea also makes sense to Charles O'Keefe, chief of the Eabametoong First Nation on the Albany River in northern Ontario: "We see negative impacts of heavy logging.
He also owns the Albany River Rats, an American Hockey League farm team for the New Jersey Devils.
Texts of the n-dialect (Swampy Cree, spoken from western James Bay to northern Manitoba) comprise Part I; Part III presents speakers of the l-dialect of the Moose Factory area, and Part II consists of texts of the mixed n-l speech, here called Kashechewan Cree, whose speakers come from the mouth of the Albany River.
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